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Chapter 11



True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

The sash is a frame in a window that holds the glass.
 

 2. 

Skylights provide both light and ventilation.
 

 3. 

Swinging doors are more common than sliding doors.
 

 4. 

Bifold doors are made in wider widths than other doors.
 

 5. 

Cylindrical locksets are the most commonly used type in both residential and commercial construction.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 6. 

Vertical edge members of a sash are called ____.
a.
rails
c.
lights
b.
stiles
d.
muntins
 

 7. 

____ is used to designate a type of glazing that reflects heat back into the room in winter and blocks heat from entering in the summer.
a.
High resistance
c.
Low emissivity
b.
Low conductivity
d.
High convection
 

 8. 

The bottom horizontal member of the window frame is called a(n) ____.
a.
sill
c.
head jamb
b.
side jamb
d.
extension jamb
 

 9. 

When windows are installed or manufactured side by side in multiple units, a ____ is formed where the two side jambs are joined together.
a.
flashing
c.
blind stop
b.
parting bead
d.
mullion
 

 10. 

____ windows have a curved top or head that make them well suited to be joined in combination with a number of other types of windows or doors.
a.
Elliptical
c.
Oval
b.
Arch
d.
Circular
 

 11. 

____ windows have sashes that slide horizontally in separate tracks located on the header jamb and sill.
a.
Casement
c.
Sliding
b.
Single-hung
d.
Double-hung
 

 12. 

A(n) ____ window unit consists of a frame in which a sash hinged at the top swings outward by means of a crank or lever.
a.
roof
c.
revolving
b.
bay
d.
awning
 

 13. 

____ is a thin, tough plastic material used to cover the sheathing on exterior walls.
a.
Canvas
c.
Tarpaulin
b.
Housewrap
d.
Dropcloth
 

 14. 

____ doors have a smooth surface, are usually less expensive than other types of doors, and are widely used when a plain appearance is desired.
a.
Panel
c.
Cafe
b.
French
d.
Flush
 

 15. 

The horizontal frame members of a panel door are called ____.
a.
rails
c.
muntins
b.
bars
d.
stiles
 

 16. 

French doors may contain from 1 to ____ lights of glass.
a.
4
c.
12
b.
8
d.
15
 

 17. 

Louver doors are made with spaced horizontal slats called ____ used in place of panels.
a.
sashes
c.
tiles
b.
louvers
d.
bars
 

 18. 

A(n) ____ is a molding that is rabbeted on both edges.
a.
bypass
c.
astragal
b.
slat
d.
roller
 

 19. 

The ____ door is opened by sliding it sideways into the interior of the partition.
a.
pocket
c.
double
b.
patio
d.
high-style
 

 20. 

The bottom member of a door frame is called a sill or ____.
a.
base
c.
stool
b.
rest
d.
stile
 

 21. 

____ are square edge pieces of stock to which door stops are applied.
a.
Casings
c.
Thresholds
b.
Jambs
d.
Headers
 

 22. 

____ are narrow, closely spaced, concave grooves that run parallel to the edge of the trim.
a.
Moldings
c.
Tracks
b.
Shims
d.
Flutes
 

 23. 

A ____ is a twist in the door frame caused when the side jambs do not line up vertically with each other.
a.
turn
c.
bend
b.
wind
d.
kink
 

 24. 

The recess for a hinge is called a hinge gain or hinge ____.
a.
mortise
c.
lock
b.
joint
d.
tenon
 

 25. 

The ____ lockset has knobs on both sides that are turned to unlatch the door.
a.
escutcheon
c.
privacy
b.
deadbolt
d.
passage
 



 
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